Among wrestling tag teams, no one in history did more or rose to the fame of the legendary Road Warriors, Hawk and Animal. They may not have been the most decorated tag team in history (that is almost certainly Team 3D), but they did more to keep the art of tag team competition alive and well well in to the 90s.
Michael “Hawk” Hegstrand died in 2003, but his partner lived on. Now the retired Joe “Animal” Laurinaitis teams with co-writer Andrew William Wright to craft his autobiography and with it the definitive biography of the world’s greatest tag team (with apologies to Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjamin).
Read my full review of the book The Road Warriors: Danger, Death, and the Rush of Wrestling at the Examiner.
DC paid tribute to the late great Dwayne McDuffie in the Static Shock Special.
When Dwayne McDuffie died back in February, I wrote a very personal missive about what his work meant to me.
Shortly after, DC announced they would pay tribute to him with a Static Shock Special.
Well, that comic is now out and I felt I needed to give it a review. I did so, in an article over at the Examiner. Check it out.
It is always an awesome thing to see a new story debut at this site’s progenitor, Metahuman Press. We are proud to welcome Darrell Albert and his new (currently) limited strip, The Changents, to the site!
The Changents are a mysterious group and Zac may be their newest member. Find out more in the first chapter!